Hundreds participated in the People's Climate March in Honolulu last Saturday, joining hundreds of thousands in climate marches across the U.S. and around the world! People gathered at Waikiki Gateway Park where they held signs as others joined them, and then assembled to hear short speeches from 350.org, members of the faith community, and the World Can't Wait spokesperson. As the march went through Waikiki hundreds of tourists clapped, shouted their agreement, and raised their fists. The march ended at the front of Honolulu Zoo, where people gathered for a rally. One of the high points of the rally was an 11-year old speaker from Tokelau who spoke of the effect of climate change to her island nation.
For mainstream media reports of the local action see Hawai`i News Now and Star Advertiser. Here are some photos: